Tag : Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation
Tuesday, 31st May 2016The Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation (LMCF) has announced its first loan of $2 million to Habitat for Humanity to build new homes for low-income families.
The foundation launched
A new Not for Profit report has revealed that three in 10 women aged over 60 live in permanent income poverty compared to just 27 per cent of single older men.
The report commissioned…
Monday, 7th March 2016
Thursday, 27th August 2015Collaboration and syndicated grant making are two topics front of mind for the chair of the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation Daniel Leighton, as he explains in this month’s
Grants of up to $150,000 are being offered to charities in a bid to create innovative employment opportunities for young people with disability.
The Lord Mayor’s Charitable…
Thursday, 4th June 2015
Australia could experience “mass homelessness” if the Federal Government fails to continue funding a national strategy, one of the world’s foremost authorities…
Thursday, 7th May 2015
The role of philanthropy in Australia needs to be re-assessed in terms of assisting ageing communities, particularly multicultural communities to age well, a new report has found.…
Tuesday, 21st October 2014
Young philanthropists are the greatest natural resource and it‘s pivotal that Australia doesn’t leave them behind, the 2014 Youth in Philanthropy Graduation Ceremony…
Thursday, 21st August 2014
A new collective giving circle, the Melbourne Women’s Fund, has attracted prominent women in philanthropy ahead of its official launch on July 21.
Lord Mayor’s Charitable…
Tuesday, 15th July 2014
Australia is well ahead of the UK in forming civil-sector partnerships and placing a gender lens on philanthropy, visiting philanthropic campaigner Dame Julia Cleverdon said in…
Thursday, 1st May 2014
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